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Plasmonic hot electron transport drives nano-localized chemistry

Emiliano Cortés, Wei Xie, Javier Cambiasso, Adam S. Jermyn, Ravishankar Sundararaman, Prineha Narang, Sebastian Schlücker & Stefan A. Maier

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Decoupling absorption and emission processes in super-resolution localization of emitters in a plasmonic hotspot

David L. Mack, Emiliano Cortés, Vincenzo Giannini, Peter Török, Tyler Roschuk & Stefan A. Maier

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Welcome to the home of the UK research programme on nanoplasmonics. This is a multidisciplinary collaborative project between King’s College London and Imperial College London. The research programme is funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and is also supported by the following industry partners:

Argonne National Laboratory, BAE Systems, DIAMOND light source Ltd,JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, National Physical Laboratory,
Oclaro Technology UK, Seagate Technology, Sharp Laboratories of Europe Ltd, WITec, Xenics nv

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Images of 3D objects appear on nanostructured surface

Professor Anatoly Zayat’s and Dr Alex Minovich from King’s College […]

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About Reactive Plasmonics

The term 'plasmonics' refers to the science and technology dealing with manipulation of electromagnetic signals by coherent coupling of photons to free electron oscillations at the interface between a conductor and a dielectric.

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Project Objectives

The overall goal of the Reactive Plasmonics research programme is to develop a new research field of plasmon-enhanced microscopic electronic phenomena.

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